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Surrogate Mothers: An Exploration of the Empirical and the Normative

@article{Peng2013SurrogateMA,
  title={Surrogate Mothers: An Exploration of the Empirical and the Normative},
  author={Li-Min Peng},
  journal={The American University journal of gender, social policy \& the law},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={2}
}
  • Li-Min Peng
  • Published 1 April 2013
  • Sociology
  • The American University journal of gender, social policy & the law
Introduction 555I. Harm to Surrogate Mothers: Evaluating the Empirical Objection 558A. Overview of the Empirical Objection 558B. Empirical Evidence on Surrogate Mothers in the UnitedStates 5591. Demographic & Psychological Profile 5602. Entering the Process 5623. Relinquishing the Baby 5624. Motivations 563C. Counterarguments 566II. Harm to Society: Evaluating the Normative Objection 568A. Overview of the Normative Objection 568B. Surrogacy as Implicating Social Anxieties 5711. The Political… Expand
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